Have you heard of Fake Anything? I hadn’t before I received Misty Manley‘s submission. But I’m certainly glad I did, especially since the blog features references to some of my favorite TV shows of all time. The purpose of the site, a project from the minds at Boxing Clever where Misty is currently an employee, is to catalog “visionary interpretations of mythic media references.” Here are a few of Misty’s contributions. They’re all great, but Hot Ham Water has to be my favorite. (If you don’t know get this reference, I would not-so-subtly suggest queuing up Arrested Development on Netflix.)
Ha! you can’t go wrong with anything from arrested development. I love that last one too!
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The Milford Academy letterhead slays me. So funny!
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